Two new conjoined hotels opened this week in Austin in a mixed-use development right in the heart of downtown.
The two Hyatt hotels, Thompson Austin and tommie Austin, opened on 506 San Jacinto Blvd, right next to James Beard-approved restaurants and over 10,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space. Thompson Austin boasts itself as a new cultural hub with an elevated social scene and highly desirable food and beverage options. And tommie Austin says it was built for "discovering vibrant neighborhoods."
“Austin is one of the most beloved travel destinations and serves as home to many inspiring people and businesses that we’re honored to be joining,” managing director Nate Hardesty.
With the goal of becoming Austin’s “premier urban playground,” Thompson Austin has 212 guestrooms, 17 residences, a wellness center with private fitness rooms and a pool with al fresco dining. Streetside, you’ll find James Beard Award-winning chef Mashama Bailey and partner Johno Morisano at The Grey, which is available for room service.
Once you’re checked in, notice the raw-cut gemstone front desk, mixed metal finishes and sniff out the Thompson Hotel’s signature scent made by D.S. & DURGA.
On the other hand, tommie Austin is designed to be an “epicenter for creativity and adventure” by tapping into local amenities like an all-day coffee counter serving brews from Greater Goods Coffee Co. and playful retail on the ground floor connecting to the lobby.
Designed by Venice-based Studio Collective, the 193 king bed guestrooms take inspiration from West Texas elements, geometric patterns, tactile textures and sights from the Southwest.
Tommi Austin is characterized by Southwestern views and striking accents. (tommi Austin)
The two hotels will be connected by The Grey, a fourth-floor entertainment deck featuring Wax Myrtle’s Club & Pool by Chicago-based Land and Sea Dept, and Greater Goods Coffee on the ground floor.
To celebrate its grand opening, the hotels are offering three packages in collaboration with local brands: tommie Austin x Austin DeTours, including a two-night stay and street art experience; Thompson Austin x Tecovas, with a Southern-spired gift bag of branded whiskey glasses and $250 gift card to Tecovas.
The final package, the Have it All at Thompson Austin, includes a $100 food & beverage credit, chef-selected welcome amenity, branded leather tote, two tickets to The Contemporary Austin, $20 gift card to Big Henry’s Vinyl & Gifts, curated Tecovas gift bag and complimentary parking.
A night at Thompson Austin starts at $329 per night and $199 per night at tommie Austin, though prices are seasonally based.
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